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■ We should have seen this coming a mile away.
Shelton's latest single "Came Here To Forget" is a pity party for one. How does Shelton fix his broken heart after recalling painful memories following his split with ex Miranda Lambert? Getting lit at the bar.
His new boo Gwen Stefani also recently went through a tumultuous breakup. Her 13-year marriage to Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale went up in flames after he reportedly cheated on her with the nanny (it's always the nanny).
Stefani and Shelton shared their heartache with one another, then patched it up by jumping into a romantic relationship – and now they're making the cheesiest move two famous musicians could make... recording a song together about, what else? Heartbreak.
Stefani Tweeted a photo of the back of Shelton's upcoming record and revealed she's on a song titled “Go Ahead And Break My Heart.”
"Look what I found lying round the house," she said. "?#ispymyname #goaheadandbreakmyheart? @blakeshelton #eeeekkkk! #crazy!? Gx"
Dissolution in 3... 2...
■ Taylor Swift wore white to her backup singer's wedding in Texas last weekend.
■ 12 Adele songs are getting transformed into lullabies for the appropriately titled Lullaby Renditions of Adele LP out April 29. It include:
2. Someone Like You
3. Rolling in the Deep
4. Set Fire to the Rain
5. Rumour Has It
6. Hometown Glory
8. Million Years Ago
9. Turning Tables
10. Chasing Pavements
11. Make You Feel My Love
12. When We Were Young
Listen to a preview:
■ Kesha's lips though?
■ Dawn Richard will hail YouTube's first ever 360-degree video performance this Wednesday in a partnership with The Verge. The statement explains:
■ Woolf And The Wondershow - “Cages”
■ Nina - "Beyond Memory":
■ Loop - "Looking At You":
■ Róisín Murphy - “Mastermind”:
■ Hannah Jane Lewis - "Why Start A War":
■ Zak Abel - Everybody Needs Love
■ RENÉ - “Underwater”:
YouTube announced today that it will start supporting live streams of 360-degree video. Since we’re passionate about cutting edge technology at The Verge, we are partnering with YouTube to give the product its first public demonstration. You can tune in to our YouTube channel this Wednesday at 8PM ET / 5PM PT for a performance by experimental pop-R&B artist D∆WN. The experience will work on YouTube’s iOS and Android apps, as well as on the web. You can use any smartphone or tablet, or Google’s Cardboard headset.